A combination of atmospheric watercolours and driftwood sculpture by Andrew Blyth and Tina Kaul.
Andrew is a renowned local artist who has dedicated all his time to the mastery of that most difficult medium – watercolour. His previous career as an architect gave him the necessary drawing skills to underlie the loose vibrant quality of his paintings.
His watercolours are full of atmosphere and light but with a well- balanced tonal composition. In recent years Andrew has found particular inspiration in the skies, landscapes and seascapes of the Romney Marsh and surrounding coastline.
As well as in Rye he has exhibited widely throughout the UK. He is a full member of both the Rye Society of Artists and the Fountain Gallery Artists Association in Hampton Court.
Tina Kaul is a local artist who sources interesting pieces of driftwood from the local shoreline and creates unusual and striking items from them. As well as fashioning beautiful natural sculpture from the driftwood, Tina also creates practical items including shelving units, key-rings and candle holders. On show during this exhibition will be a selection of these wooden creations.